next definition

  • adjective:
    • closest in room or position; adjacent: the following area.
    • rigtht after, like in time, purchase, or sequence: next week; next item in the number.
    • Following in a sequence.
    • becoming nearer to the current place than all the items.
    • closest following (of day, time, room or order).
    • Following in a hypothetical sequence of some type.
    • (of elected officers) elected yet not yet providing
    • immediately following eventually or purchase
    • closest in room or place; immediately adjoining without intervening space
  • adverb:
    • within the time, order, or location nearby or rigtht after: reading this book next; our next oldest child.
    • On the very first subsequent celebration: whenever next I write.
    • In an occasion, place or series closest or following.
    • in the very first subsequent celebration,
    • into the time, place, or purchase nearest or instantly succeeding.
    • at that time or celebration immediately following
  • noun:
    • The next individual or thing: next is going to be much better.
    • the one which employs after this one.
  • idiom:
    • next to right beside: the automobile alongside hers.
    • alongside Following in order or degree: alongside skiing, she likes climbing.
    • next to Almost; practically: next to impossible.
  • determiner:
    • The one immediately following the current or latest one
    • Closest to seven days (one week) beforehand.
  • preposition:
    • On the side of; alongside.
  • others:
    • closest in place; having no similar item intervening.
    • Nearest in time.
    • Adjoining in a series; instantly preceding or after trying.
    • Nearest in level, quality, ranking, right, or relation.
    • Nighest; nearest; into the destination, position, rank, or turn that is nearest: since, after that before; after that once you.
    • in location or turn immediately succeeding: because, which comes next?
    • very nearly; within a little of being: because, alongside absolutely nothing.
    • Nearest to; immediately right beside.
    • Nighest; nearest set up or place; adjoining: because, the second town; the next space.
    • closest to be able, succession, or rank; immediately succeeding: as, advise me in your next page; the next time; the following month.
    • Nearest or shortest in point of distance or of time; many direct in respect of means or implies.
    • the final preceding.
    • Synonyms Nearest, Then. See almost.

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